I teach the undergraduate courses Introduction to Psychology, and Neuropsychology & Neurorehabilitation. In both courses I pay special attention to topics that are relevant to human movement science students. In addition, I supervise numerous students (Bachelor’s and Master’s) in writing essays and research projects on a wide range of topics. Students interested in doing a project with me are invited to get in touch.

Recent projects include:

  • Comparing the effects of cybersickness and alcohol on postural stability
  • The effect of emotion on gait initiation
  • Brain computer interfaces in disorders of consciousness
  • Vertical texture cues in height perception
  • The lack of replication: a critical weakness in the field of the scientific psychology
  • The influence of movement therapy on Alzheimer’s disease
  • Cortical reorganisation in chronic pain
  • Chronic subjective dizziness